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Futuresource Video Insights UK

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The pandemic has further strengthened the dynamism of the UK video entertainment sector as it looks set to deliver overall growth in 2021 and beyond. Premium video uptake and consumption has accelerated, driving increased diversity and choice, as SVoD annual additions reached record levels. Transactional digital video and Box office both continue to experience turbulence as a result of cinema closures, with releases windows likely to be permanently impacted, whilst pre-pandemic trends have further been brought to light in the Pay-TV and packaged video sector.The pandemic has further strengthened the dynamism of the UK video entertainment sector as it looks set to deliver overall growth in 2021 and beyond. Premium video uptake and consumption has accelerated, driving increased diversity and choice, as SVoD annual additions reached record levels. Transactional digital video and Box office both continue to experience turbulence as a result of cinema closures, with releases windows likely to be permanently impacted, whilst pre-pandemic trends have further been brought to light in the Pay-TV and packaged video sector.

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